Sam Chang

Director of Information Technology Sacramento

Sam Chang joined PLF’s Sacramento office in March 2017.  Sam directs the Information Technology department and has been entrusted to help architect the future of PLF’s network infrastructure.

Born and raised in Sacramento, CA.  Sam studied Aeronautical Engineering at the University of California, Davis before entering into the Legal Technology field in 2005.

Microsoft and CompTIA+ certified, Sam has over 15 years of experience in the Information Technology field.  Prior to joining Pacific Legal Foundation, Sam spent 8 years as the IT Manager at the law firm, Nelson & Kennard (Sacramento, CA.)

Having a desire to give his career a greater sense of purpose, Sam was drawn to PLF’s mission to defend individual liberty and private property.

Sam’s motto in life is simple, “to be completely dedicated in everything you do, while maintaining a work-life balance”.

Outside of PLF, you’ll find Sam chasing around his three boys or competing at a local poker tournament.

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October 13, 2021

Despite a pandemic and excess local regulation, food truck owner Mark Shirley refuses to abandon his dream

No one ever starts a business with the intent to fail. But thanks to Farmville, North Carolina's new food truck regulations, one man's burgeoning business stands in jeopardy. It takes a great deal of courage to leave your established career and follow your bliss, but that is exactly what Mark Shirley did. For years, Mark ...

October 07, 2021

Malibu is refusing to abide by California’s new housing laws, and one family is suffering as a result

For the entirety of Elizabeth Riddick's life, her mother Renee has been her rock. Whether she was supporting Elizabeth through her divorce or helping her purchase a home in Malibu, California, Renee has been there for her daughter through thick and thin. When Renee, now 82, began to develop severe health issues, Elizabeth sprang into ...

October 06, 2021

Real Clear Policy: Minnesota’s unjust home equity theft must end

While Minnesota is often called the land of 10,000 lakes, local governments today treat it as the land of 10,000 takes. Between 2014 and 2020, Minnesota counties took thousands of homes and millions of dollars in savings from residents struggling to pay their tax bills. This was unjust and unconstitutional. Consider the story of Ms. ...

October 06, 2021

When are T-shirts considered prohibited electioneering?

Elections end, but T-shirts can live forever. Until last week, Texas law prohibited voters from wearing an Obama or Reagan T-shirt in polling places, even when neither past president was on a present ballot. In fact, the law prohibited voters from wearing anything that an election worker deemed "electioneering" for or against any candidate, politic ...

October 05, 2021

Capital Press: Supreme Court should guarantee property owners their due process rights

The free, non-harmful, and productive use of private property is a cornerstone of the American Dream. And proper regulation, to prevent harmful uses of property, is consistent with this principle. But government agencies too often abuse their regulatory authority. They issue compliance orders, drag landowners through seemingly endless administrativ ...

October 04, 2021

Bureaucrats can’t ignore presidential appointments

Have you ever wondered what happens when a lame duck president appoints someone to a position that extends into the next president's term? Typically, once the new president takes office, he can remove appointees of past administrations and replace them with people he believes will advance the policy agenda of the White House. But what ...

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